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Journal Articles 

  1. Murphy L, Lax, L. Musa, R. Langlois, S., Karnofsky, S. Hunter, J. Kumbhare, D.,Promislow, S., Oskarsson, J., Davis, R., Cockburn, L.. Barry, M. Bjelajac Mejia, A., Lanca, J., Dao, T., Watt-Watson, J., & Stevens, B.  (2018).Mapping of Pain Curricula across Health Professions Programs at the University of Toronto. Canadian Journal of Pain. 2:1, 182-190, DOI:10.1080/24740527.2018.1479841 https://doi.org/10.1080/24740527.2018.1479841
  2. Molley, S., Derochie, A., Teicher, J., Jethava, V., Nauth, S., Cockburn, L. and Langlois, S. (2018). Patient experience in health-professions curriculum development. Journal of Patient Experience, 
  3. Mbuagbaw, L. and Cockburn, L. (2017). Challenges and opportunities in country-specific research synthesis: a case study from Cameroon. Systematic Reviews, 6:159, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-017-0552-1 
  4. Ray, M., Wallace, L., Mbuagbaw, L., & Cockburn, L. (2017). Functioning and disability in recent research from Cameroon: a narrative synthesis. Pan African Medical Journal, 27(1). 27:73.doi:10.11604/pamj.2017.27.73.12167 http://www.panafrican-med-journal.com/content/article/27/73/full/#.WZqC5iiGPIU Supervisor; Student research project.
  5. Cockburn, L., Hashemi, G., Noumi, C., Ritchie, A., and Skead, K. (2017). Realizing the educational rights of children with disabilities: An overview of inclusive education in Cameroon. Journal of Education and Practice. 8 (6), 1 -11. . http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/view/35478 
  6. Landy, R., Cameron, C., Au, A., Cameron, D., O'Brien, K.K., Robrigado, K, Baxter, L., Cockburn, L., O'Hearn, S., Oliver, B. & A. Nixon, S. (2016) Educational Strategies to Enhance Reflexivity Among Clinicians and Health Professional Students: A Scoping Study. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, [S.l.], 17 (3). ISSN 1438-5627. Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/2573/4026  
  7. Nixon, S.A., Cockburn, L., Acheinegeh, R., Bradley, K., Cameron, D., Mue, P., Nyingcho, S., Gibson, B.E.. (2015).Using Postcolonial Perspectives to Consider Rehabilitation with Children with Disabilities: The Bamenda-Toronto Dialogue. Disability and the Global South. 2(2): 570-589. Open Access https://disabilityglobalsouth.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/dgs-02-02-01.pdf 
  8. Suffling, K., Cockburn, L. and Edwards, K. (2014). Tools for the journey from North to South: a collaborative process to develop reflexive global mental health practice 
  9. Cockburn, L., Cleaver, S. and Benuh, E. (2014) The Prevalence of Impairments and Disabilities in the North West Region, Cameroon.
  10. Cameron, D., Cockburn, L., Nixon, S., Garcia, L., Leotaud, J., MacPherson, K., Mashaka, P., Mlay, R., Parnes, P., Wango, J., and Williams, T. (2013). Global Partnerships for International Fieldwork in Occupational Therapy: Reflection and Innovation. Occupational Therapy International, 20, 88–96. doi: 10.1002/oti.1352
  11. Epilepsy and cysticercosis in North-West Cameroon: A serological study. (2013). Elliott I, Jerome A, Angwafor SA, Smith ML, Takougang I, Noh J, Tsang V, Wilkins P, Cockburn L, Keystone J, Njamnshi AK, Snead OC 3rd. Seizure: European Journal of Epilepsy – May 2013, Vol. 22, Issue 4, Pages 283-286, DOI: 10.1016/j.seizure.2013.01.012

Book Chapters 

  1. Trentham, B. & Cockburn, L. (2011). Developing Occupational Therapy Practice in a Community Health Centre. (Canada) Chapter 10 in Role Emerging Occupational Therapy: Maximising Occupation Focussed Practice. Ed. Miranda Thew, Mary Edwards, Matthew Molineux and Sue Baptiste, Blackwell Wiley.
  2. Cockburn, L., Trentham, B. (2010). Meaningful occupation and health. Invited chapter in N. Thapa-Gorder & S. Boight-Radloff (Eds.) Occupational therapy in prevention and health promotion. Stuttgart, Germany: Georg Thieme Verlag Publisher.
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